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Ingvar Kamprad, the founder of IKEA, lecturing a group of students at Växjö University in Sweden. Photographer: Hasse Karlsson.

From article at the website of w:Växjö University[1], where it is stated: "Bilderna ovan kan laddas hem i högupplöst version här och kan fritt användas för publicering (fotograf: Hasse Karlsson)". ("The images may be downloaded in high resolution and may freely be used in publishing.")

Contact information given on that page: Pressansvariga för EHVS Thérèse Barklund, 0739-33 24 40 och Frans Fransson, 0709-14 41 87, eller Jerker Persson, pressansvarig vid Växjö universitet, 0705-72 26 56

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